English composer Michael Berkeley (1948-), son of Sir Lennox Berkeley, established his own solid place in music, cementing it with the 1982 oratorio Or Shall We Die? and continuing it with the string pieces Coronach and Gethsemani Fragment and the opera Baa Baa Black Sheep, based on Kipling's childhood.
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Brief biography, photograph, and works list from MusicWeb(UK).
Biography and photograph from Oxford University Press. Includes major events, noted works, influences, comments on his evolving style, catalogue of works, discography, and program notes.
Filmography noting movies scored and other cinematic use of his works from the Internet Movie Database.
Wikipedia entry with noted works, special accomplishments, and internal links to related people and topics.
Sunday Morning: Michael Berkeley
Discussion in January 2002 with Radio National (Australia) host Julie Copeland about his career and his involvement with the Sydney Music Festival.
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